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Reflex Office Solutions welcome you to our new Office Space Blog. Not only will this keep you up to date of all the the latest Reflex news but we will also occasionally comment on the London Serviced Office industry as a whole.

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    Businesses Continue to Relocate to London

    National and international businesses alike are continuing to relocate to London at a steady rate, with international companies often finding that the capital city of the United Kingdom is actually a considerably more preferable choice than that of many other such locations situated throughout Europe…

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    London Office Market Set to Improve in 2012

    Activity in the London office space market is set to improve in the second half of next year, according to a new report from Cushman & Wakefield. The commercial property company has discovered that while the great majority of businesses have this year adopted a kind of “wait and see” approach, this is expected to be replaced by a more progressive attitude in 2012…

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    Third London Centre for Serviced Office Group

    Scarborough Group International’s serviced office division, Forsyth Management Contracts Limited, has announced that it has leased no less than 20,000 square feet of office space situated in the centre of Moorgate, EC2, in London.

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    London Offices Struggle to Find Tenants

    The Walbrook building is an office located in the heart of Central London, situated less than 200 metres from the Bank of England. Despite its location and having been designed by Norman Foster’s firm, the office building continues to be empty nearly two years after its completion…

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    Majority of UK Office Space of Poor Quality

    Secondary office space of poor quality accounts for nearly 70 per cent (721 square feet) of all office space in the United Kingdom. The new research by DTZ considers the quality of the office space in the UK, defining them in terms of grades – A meaning prime quality office space, B meaning good quality secondary office space, and C meaning poor quality secondary office space.

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